Note to readers: This blog is the first of a series of player-focused, data-driven posts, aimed at highlighting our 2020 Seattle Mariners…
by: Derek — Views from 314 Ft. 20 Oct
James Paxton was supposed to be a key figure in the Yankees' rotation in 2020. Instead, health issues and lost velocity held him back.
by: Josh Nelson — Sox Machine 20 Oct
PREAMBLE After snapping their 12-season playoff drought and finishing a game out of winning the American League Central in 2020, the White Sox should be active this offseason. They attempt to accomplish a feat never achieved before in team history:...
by: Imakesandwichesforaliving — SB Nation: Twinkie Town 19 Oct
A trio of candidates stand out from the rest of the roster.
by: Derek — Views from 314 Ft. 16 Oct
We have four mailbag questions to answer this week. As always, send what’s on your mind to viewsfrom314 [at] gmail [dot] com for a chance to have your question answered in a future edition. Let’s jump right into today’s selected questions. A couple...
by: stevecontursi — Reflections On Baseball 13 Oct
The Yankees, 2020 aside, have a conundrum of changes to consider for 2021. Here's a discussion primer to jetison the Hot Stove League.
by: Andy Vanfossan — Fansided: Puckett's Pond 12 Oct
The Minnesota Twins had everything in front of them but inconsistent hitting led to a two-game home sweep and many questions going into 2021. Well, that di...
by: Joel Sherman — New York Post 10 Oct
Masahiro Tanaka’s seven-year contract has run out and so has DJ LeMahieu’s two-year deal. Giancarlo Stanton is now through three seasons of his Yankees tenure and Gerrit Cole had ended his
by: Do-Hyoung Park — MLB: Twins 9 Oct
With a big class of departing free agents, a large group of top prospects nearing the Majors and a large excess of outfielders, the conditions are certainly in place for the Twins to have a considerably different look in 2021, if they so choose. Most,